Article Distribution Networks - White Labeling?

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It seems that every time I turn my computer on, there is a new article distribution network appearing.

Being a suspicious git, it occurs to me that some of the big sites like AMA, UAW or SYA could be offering (or using themself) re-branded portals, or using the same blog networks.

It makes sense, I would be surprised if they didn't do this. Has anyone else thought of this, or perhaps knows anything?

I am currently paying for AMA & UAW. I think the service is great, I would like to get more but I don't want to waste my money with overlapping services.
#article #distribution #labeling #networks #white
  • Profile picture of the author The Expert
    Other systems that you want to consider using include:

    TheLinkJuicer.com -this is one of the most innovative and useful link building tools on the market today

    FreeTrafficSystem.com - this is another blog style distribution and link building tool that is similar in scope to AMA but with a few extra features.

    ArticleMarketer.com -this is a network that distributes to traditional article directories and your link needs to be in your author's resource box area. The major benefits of this system is that it distributes to the largest number of article directories of any service currently available.
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  • Profile picture of the author GuerrillaIM
    Thanks for links, I also heard neurolinker.com & linkvana.com are good

    Is there any crossover between all of these networks? Other than publishers being signed up to multiple networks ofc
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